You’re full of wanderlust but wanna escape the crowded beaches? Then it’s time to visit Bali’s incredible volcanic landscape. Among several volcanoes, Mount Batur offers by far the best conditions for climbing, even for non-experienced hikers. A few facts about Mount Batur before we dive in: Its height is 1717m. The last eruption was 2000.
Babi Guling, a version of suckling pig, is Bali’s most iconic dish and a meal you won’t find in any other spot of Indonesia, as the country is predominantly Muslim, speaking selling/eating pork is prohibited. The preparation of Babi Guling is a lengthy process that is mostly done by restaurants rather by individuals at home.
Summer year-round, warm water throughout and a fantastic & unique marine world – what conditions could be better for diving? Whether you’re a seasoned diver or want to get started, Bali is the perfect place to do so. Besides that a trip to the island is already a fantastic experience in itself, you’ll be surprised
While more and more people working remotely these days, various destinations started recognizing this movement and now heavily investing in better office facilities and, of course, high-speed internet access. Coworking spaces are currently popping up all over Southeast Asia and that’s no wonder, given the excellent living conditions here: sun year-round, cheap food and very
Rarely any place on earth offers such a variety of different beaches as Bali does. Sure the island is primarily known for its ancient Hindu temples, lush rice fields and many volcanoes, but not visiting the beach while in Bali is just seeing half of the Island of Gods. But why do most visitors remain
From colourful religious celebrations over TedX conferences to spiritual & artistic events, Bali has it all. If you’re planning a trip to Bali next year but not sure when, here’s your guide to all major festivals and events for 2016: February Chinese New Year – 8th February 2016 As Indonesia is home to a significant
Bali is a superb place when it comes to relocating – the pleasant weather, the great food, the warm culture and the overall low costs make the Island of Gods an appealing destination for lots of people. Whether you want to move here only for few months or looking for a permanent new home, we
Bali is widely synonymous with seemingly endless rice paddies, mythical temples, sacred volcanoes and fantastic beaches. The Island of Gods offers a sublime mix of history and heritage paired with incredible nature and hospitality – no wonder that Bali continuously tops international travel lists as one of Asia’s most popular destinations. The island offers plenty
If you prefer to skip lazy days on the beach and rather fill you day with adrenalin-fuelled activities, such as climbing active volcanoes, white water rafting or abseiling from canyons, read on. The ‘Island of Gods’ offers an abundant amount of activities for outdoor enthusiasts, regardless if you’re just new to the game or a
Bali is a colourful place where two worlds collide: the world of temples, spirits and ancient traditions versus the world of boutique resorts, designer shops and hip night clubs. The Island of Gods has been on top of traveller’s lists for many years – whether it’s the backpacker who enjoys the fantastic value he gets